Evelyn Stevens
  • Discipline: Road
  • Date of birth: 5/9/1983
  • Height: 5'5
  • Weight: 120 lbs
  • Education: Dartmouth
  • Birthplace: Claremont, CA
  • Hometown: Acton, MA
  • Residence: San Francisco, CA
  • Team/Sponsors: Boels-Dolmans Cycling Team

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Points of Interest/Personal

  • While working as an investment banker on Wall Street, Stevens was introduced to cycling by her sister, Angela, over Thanksgiving in 2007 and began racing the following year with New York City’s Century Road Club Association. In 2009, she left the financial world to become a professional cyclist and ended up representing Team USA that year at the UCI Road World Championships.
  • Her rapid rise from amateur to pro stood out enough for USA Cycling Vice President of Athletics Jim Miller to notice her competing in regional races while still working on Wall Street and invite her to be a part of USA Cycling's National Development Program. 
  • “Evie” was a stellar collegiate tennis player at Dartmouth.
  • According to Stevens, one of her favorite cycling memories is "being in the break away at [the 2012 Exergy Tour], knowing I would win the overall and while cresting a climb, I saw my sister running alongside me with the biggest smile and cheering. Cycling can be quite selfish, so when you can share your successes with your loved ones, it makes it even more special."

Olympic/World Championship Results

  • 2016 Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro — 12th road race
  • 2015 UCI Road World Championships, Richmond (Va.), USA — 2nd team time trial; 6th individual time trial; 24th road race
  • 2014 UCI Road World Championships, Ponferrada, Spain — 1st team time trial; 3rd individual time trial; 12th road race
  • 2013 UCI Road World Championships, Toscana, Italy — 4th time trial; 1st team time trial; 5th road race
  • 2012 UCI Road World Championships, Valkenburg, Netherlands — 2nd time trial; 1st team time trial; 16th road race
  • 2012 Olympic Games, London, England — 24th road race
  • 2011 UCI Road World Championships, Copenhagen, Denmark — 15th time trial; 72nd road race
  • 2010 UCI Road World Championships, Melbourne, Australia — 6th time trial; 21st road race
  • 2009 UCI Road World Championships, Mendriso, Switzerland — 15th road race
Career Highlights
Two-time Professional Time Trial National Champion — 2010 & 2011
Set the Women’s UCI Hour Record on February 27, 2016 — 47.980km

1st — 2016 Giro d’Italia Internazionale Femminile, Stage 2, Stage 6 & Stage 7 (ITT)
1st — 2015 AMGEN Tour of California, individual time trial
1st — 2015 Women’s Tour of New Zealand
1st — 2014 Boels Rental Ladies Tour
1st — 2014 Internationale Thüringen Rundfahrt der Frauen
1st — 2014 Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic
1st — 2014 Pan American Continental Road Championships, individual time trial
3rd — 2013 La Route de France
1st — 2013 AMGEN Tour of California, individual time trial
1st — 2013 Giro del Trentino Alto Adige
1st — 2013 Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic
1st — 2012 La Route de France
1st — 2012 La Flèche Wallonne
1st — 2012 Exergy Tour
1st — 2012 Gracia-Orlova
1st — 2012 Women's Tour of New Zealand
1st — 2010 Chrono Gastineau
1st — 2009 Route de France
1st — 2009 Fitchburg Classic
1st — 2009 Cascade Cycling Classic